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Put a mask on, Tom Brady
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Despite having family members nearly die due to COVID-19, Tom Brady continues to go maskless, Image: Getty ImagesTom Brady has won so many Lombardi Trophies that he just doesn’t seem to care anymore. It must be like being so rich that you can have whatever and however many cars you want, and just hand the keys to your McLaren to your teenager. After all, if something happens to it, it’s not a big deal – you have another one in the offsite air hanger that you use as a garage. Brady also apparently has never been drunk before. Doing his best college-kid-on-spring-break-in-Florida impression, he appeared quite sauced during the Super Bowl celebratory boat race thing that they decided to do in Tampa Bay. So much so, in fact, that he decided to chuck the Lombardi Trophy from his boat to a waiting Rob Gronkowski on another boat. I could write a dumb joke about “oh look, another Super Bowl touchdown pass from Brady to Gronk,” but I won’t. So played out.While it’s all fun and games to joke about his carelessness with a trophy, it’s also complete and total bullshit that there wasn’t a single mask to be seen. Apparently, he’s as careless with the trophy as he is with COVID. His father was in a life-and-death battle with COVID, and his mother is a cancer survivor. Brady’s father recently said that he wants his son to wear a mask more often. Apparently, Tom didn’t feel like listening to his father, as exemplified by not only his boat party shenanigans, but also by him arriving for the Super Bowl without wearing a mask. Oh, and that time he didn’t wear one after the NFC Championship Game. Or the time he got busted for not wearing one at Bucs’ workouts.Brady has demonstrated, continuously, that he is living in his own little world, doing whatever he damn well pleases, detached and unbothered by social issues, racism, the health of the community he lives in, and the health of his own family. Read the room, Tom. Your dad almost dies. Your mom is high risk. Wear a damn mask. .
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There is something about Brady, I just have no idea what it is
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He sure does win a lot.Photo: Getty ImagesAnyway, to the game. Over the next few days, you’ll see plenty of takes, and the term “GOAT”, which needs to be erased from our vernacular yesterday. I don’t know if Brady is the greatest. With an unimaginable seven rings and a record five Super Bowl MVPs, he’s the most decorated, that’s for sure. It’s not a debate that can ever end. What I do find, is that myself and others who are fatigued of it all seem to keep making excuses for why he wins. Just this year: Oh, his first opponent was the worst playoff team of all-time. Drew Brees is clinically dead. Something always happens to the Packers. The Chiefs’ offensive line was a mess. And yet it’s every year the anyone-but-Tom crowd has to come up with these reasons or explanations or excuses. It’s Belichick (guess that one might not ring as true anymore). It’s the system. It’s the refs. Whatever. But after seven of these, and 10 trips overall, there has to be something we can’t quantify. It is said that great teams, great players, are up on the scoreboard before the teams take the field/court/ice. There’s just some block their opponents have before the clock starts. You know who’s on the other side, you know the challenge, and it’s hard to picture yourself or your team overcoming it because so few before have. Maybe Brady’s teams are up 10-0 before the game even starts. That can apply to the refs. All great players and teams seem to get the calls, because they’re in position to. Glavine and Maddux would get to pitch to an eight-foot wide strike zone. Michael Jordan shoved Bryon Russell to Park City for his iconic shot. Alex Ferguson’s United always got just enough injury time to score. It’s just the way it goes. Maybe they have just that little more extra leeway in a ref’s mind, something even the official can’t pick up themselves. But only the select few get there. G/O Media may get a commissionThere’s nothing about Brady that says the best, other than the record, which admittedly is an asinine statement. Never had the strongest arm, couldn’t move all that well. Maybe his brain is the best, but that’s hard to judge, really. And yet things keep falling his way, as most see it. But after this long and this many times, it’s not simply falling. There’s something there that we can’t label, can’t identify, and so all we’re left with is to fill the vacuum with various, tired arguments., whatever side you’re on. I’ll just leave it at something I’ll never know.  .
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After all these years, Brady still passing… on responsibility for supporting Trump
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Of COURSE former Trumpers like A.J. Delgado are supporting Tom Brady.Screenshot: FOX NewsA.J. Delgado, a former senior advisor to Donald Trump, and self-described “now proud critic,” made clear on Sunday just what kind of equivocating nonsense that is, and how far people will go to try to excuse having been in line with a would-be dictator.After seeking advice on who to root for in the Super Bowl, Delgado responded to a point that Brady “openly supports Trump” by saying that support was never political.When Trump was running for president, Brady said of the potential of his friend becoming leader of the free world, “That would be great. There’d be a putting green on the White House lawn, I’m sure of that.”Brady also claimed that the Make America Great Again hat which was infamously seen in his locker “found its way” there — as if one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time didn’t have agency over the contents of his own locker, and as if he wouldn’t have removed the hat if he had any problem with it whatsoever.G/O Media may get a commissionDid Brady think that things would get as bad as they did in the last four years? Probably not. But instead of taking responsibility for having supported an open racist — remember how Trump started his campaign — because he prioritized his personal friendship with that racist and how a Republican administration might benefit him, a wealthy white man, personally… Brady has demurred and tried to claim that he wasn’t supporting Trump politically, just “as a friend,” as Delgado now parrots.It’s bullshit, and he shouldn’t get away with it. It’s even worse that Brady gets credit — credit! — for helping Antonio Brown, paving the way for “a fellow man’s redemption,” which is some complete nonsense when Brown has never taken one iota of responsibility for anything. Of course, he can’t, because the sexual assault lawsuit against Brown won’t go to trial until next year. But the fact that he’s in the league and in the Super Bowl right now is because of Brady, who just like his buddy Trump, is willing to look the other way on violence against women.And, for the record, Brady did benefit personally from Trump’s presidency, garnering a $960,000 PPP loan for his nutrition/wellness grift enterprise, TB12 Sports. Brady’s current contract with the Buccaneers is a two-year, $50 million deal.Until Brady stops making excuses, steps up like the leader of men he supposedly is, and admits where he failed, he can go fuck himself. .
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Who are the oldest and youngest players to win a Super Bowl MVP?
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Only one of these guys can claim the age crown.Image: Getty ImagesYou thought you were getting another Patrick Mahomes/Tom Brady age piece, didn’t you? Well, you did. Kind of.Mahomes was just 24 when he won the Super Bowl MVP last year. Not bad. But Tom Brady was also 24 when he received his first Big Game MVP in… are you ready to feel old? February 2002 (Super Bowl XXXVI). That’s pretty young, but these two QB’s are not the babies of the bunch. Two other players won the award at 23. Lynn Swann got it in Super Bowl X and Marcus Allen won it in Super Bowl XVIII. Allen was awarded with the MVP trophy at 23 years, nine months, and 29 days. Swann was a few days older when he won it at 23 years, 10 months and 11 days.Marcus Allen soared over Washington to become one of the two youngest Super Bowl MVPs.Image: APSo who’s the oldest player to win a Super Bowl MVP? Take a wild guess. His name is… Tom Brady. Shocking, I know. At 39, he was awarded with the MVP after overcoming a 28-3 deficit to defeat the Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Two years later, Brady defeated the Rams for his sixth Lombardi Trophy, but the MVP award was given to Julian Edelman for his 10 catch, 141 yard performance. Brady also became the oldest regular season MVP in NFL history when he won the award at 40.G/O Media may get a commissionAt 43, Brady has the opportunity to break his own Super Bowl record on Sunday. .
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